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Aspen Peak - 2016 - Issue 2 - Winter

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ASPENPEAK-MAGAZINE.COM  83 BB'S KITCHEN Mountain-inspired cuisine made with the freshest ingredients is well worth the climb upstairs. 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970-429-8284; CACHE CACHE Cache Cache's refined fare—modern American cuisine with classical French at its roots—has been an Aspen staple for three decades. 205 S. Mill St., Ste. 106, 970-925-3835; CAMPO DE FIORI Campo serves up some of Aspen's best Italian fare in an elegant atmosphere. The bar becomes a bit of a scene after dark... 205 S. Mill St., 970-920-7717; campo CARIBOU CLUB One of only two private clubs in Aspen, Caribou Club boasts a raw bar, varied wine list, and Colorado-inspired cuisine that never fail to disappoint. 411 E. Hopkins Ave., 970-925-2929; CHEFS CLUB BY FOOD & WINE Located inside the St. Regis, the craft cocktails and rotating collection of Best New Chefs make Chefs Club a can't-miss for any foodie. 315 E. Dean St., 970-429- 9581; CRÊPERIE DU VILLAGE The Crêperie serves rustic yet refined French alpine cuisine in one of town's most romantic settings. 400 E. Hopkins Ave., 970-925-1566; EIGHT K Discerning Creole-Colorado dining in a modern archi- tectural marvel at the Viceroy Snowmass makes Eight K a standout. 130 Wood Road, Snowmass, 970-923-8008; viceroyhotels ELEMENT 47 Inside The Little Nell, discover five-star dining along with one of the country's most celebrated wine programs. 647 E. Durant Ave., 970-920-4600; ELLINA This rustic, northern Italian restaurant is a local favorite—and so are the aperitivi and vini from its bar. 430 E. Hyman Ave., 970- 925-2976; GREY LADY The attention to detail—from the specialty cocktails and lobster roll to the mountain- maritime décor—creates an experience that has enchanted locals and visitors alike. 305 S. Mill St., 970-925- 1797; HOOCH The top-shelf liquors, wine, craft beers, cheese boards, and Asian-inspired small plates have already made this new speakeasy-style lounge a hit. 301 E. Hopkins Ave., 970-710-7275; J-BAR Belly up to the bar at one of town's oldest watering holes, at the Hotel Jerome, and delight in some of town's best cocktails—while feasting on the exquisite bar food. 330 E. Main St., 970- 429-7674; hoteljerome. JIMMY'S This "American restaurant and bar" serves up great steaks, even better tequila, and one of the liveliest night- time bar scenes in town. 205 S. Mill St., Ste. 2, 970- 925-6020; JIMMY'S BODEGA Same Jimmy we love, with a different location and lighter concept: seafood, raw bar, wine. 307 S. Mill St., 970-710- 2182; JUSTICE SNOW'S JSnow might be known for its intricate cocktails, but this hip, center-of-town eatery gives just as much love to its fresh, Colorado cuisine. 328 E. Hyman Ave., 970-429- 8192; KENICHI OF ASPEN This long-time sushi hideout is also home to one of the country's longest sake lists. 533 E. Hopkins Ave., Ste. 2, 970-920-2212; MATSUHISA Expect exceptional and innovative Japanese cuisine, both upstairs in the lounge or downstairs in the more formal main dining room. 303 E. Main St., 970-544- 6628; MEZZALUNA Mezzaluna imbues its classic Italian menu—panzanella salad, wood-fired pizzas, myriad pastas—with a few surprise, eclectic dishes, such as trout almondine and barbecue chicken. 624 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-5882; MI CHOLA Mexican cuisine returned to Main Street earlier this year with this La Cantina redux from former employees Darren Chapple and Adam Malmgren. 411. E. Main St., 970-710-7076 PEACH'S CORNER CAFÉ Serving coffee, tea, pastries, and smoothies, as well as RED BRICK ART CENTER The Red Brick features monthly local art exhibits along with Resident Artist studios, providing one of the few locations in Aspen where local art can be viewed and seen in action. We also offer dynamic art experiences for youth and adults, including paint + wine, pottery painting, after-school youth classes, and pre-k creative time. Come experience the countless ways you can engage in our colorful community! Red Brick Center for the Arts 110 East Hallam Street, Suite 118 Aspen, CO 81611 970-429-2777

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